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Monster Rice Krispie Treats

Monster Rice Krispie Treats are simple to make and so fun! Make these rice krispies treats for Halloween, or any monster themed party!


Orange monster treat on parchment paper.


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Purple Monster Rice Krispie Treat on parchment paper.


I swear these Monster Rice Krispie Treats are just the cutest! They're also simple to make, fun and your kids will love to help make them! 

My family happens to love Rice Krispie Treats, so these were fun to try and give a little twist on the classic. We typically make homemade, but we did use pre-packaged Rice Krispies Treats for these.

You can make these sweet treats for a Halloween party, your kiddos lunch box, or a monster party. They're also great to pair with a monster book or learning activity.


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Shopping list:


ingredients displayed on a marble background.



Scroll down to the printable recipe card for measurements and instructions!


Recipe tips:


  • Store in an airtight container for up to two days. These can also be made ahead and frozen. If you want to freeze, wrap each monster treat in plastic wrap, then place them in a freezer safe ziploc bag. Freeze for up to 2 months.
  • Use any color candy melts you like!
  • Get creative! After the monsters dry, use edible markers to draw mouths and other features on your monsters. You can also add some sprinkles before they dry.
  • Insert a popsicle stick into the bottom Rice Krispies Treat so kiddos can hold onto them easier.
  • If you have extra melted candy melts, drizzle it over some pretzels or potato chips for a sweet and salty treat!
  • Make your own rice krispies bars instead of using store bought.


krispie treat being dipped into purple candy melts.


More Halloween sweet treats you may like:



candy eyes in containers.


Kitchen equipment and supplies you may need:



I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as our family did!



Monster Rice Krispie Treats on a black plate.


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